One feature previously missing from SAP Business One was the ability to create timesheets, and then to allocate employee time to projects. I am happy to report that this has been remedied in version 9.3 as part of the Project Management module. However, I present this news with a caveat you'll need to bear in mind as you consider leveraging this functionality.
This week's tip explains how new functionality in SAP Business One 9.3 allows you to assign an activity to multiple people via a "Recipient List."
This week's tip explains how new functionality in SAP Business One 9.3 allows you greater flexibility to update documents generated or updated as part of the approval process.
This week's tip explains how to save your customized cockpit as a template with SAP Business One 9.3, version for SAP HANA.
As we covered in a recent blog post, CRM functionality is everywhere with SAP Business One. In this double-sized chapter of our 15-Minute Fundamentals video series, we cover the primary areas customers can leverage SAP Business One for customer relationship management (CRM), as well as how the Business Partners module can also be used to manage suppliers. Additionally, we look at campaign management and how SAP Business One can be used with marketing efforts.
This week's tip explains how to setup and define query authorization groups in SAP Business One. Earlier versions allow for up to 15 authorization groups, and the recently released version 9.3 now allows up to 1,000 groups.
This week's tip explains how the Change Logs Cleanup utility in SAP Business One 9.3 enables each business to maintain change logs according to its specific needs.
This week's tip explains how - using SAP Business One 9.3, version for SAP HANA - you can generate and access Crystal Reports and Excel-based reports via the Analytical Portal.
This week's tip explains SAP Business One 9.3 introduces the Pricing Unit to enable businesses to manage inventory of small items by single item.
Project Management capabilities in SAP Business One enable users to create a central location to track transactions and tie them back to a project. You can track open issues, add activities or documents, and make your life easier with some standard reporting options.
Our Subject Matter Expert, Richard Duffy, dives into this relatively new (introduced in version 9.2) functionality in the latest installment for our 15-Minute Fundamentals video series for basic training and usability tutorials.